Now alone again, Scrooge, reminiscing his countless efforts and failures in trying to find Della while the others' accusations echo in his mind, coldly states he is happy this way. All I have to do is climb out onto the wing to jumpstart the propeller myself, using these heavy parachutes as counterbalance out the other side of the plane. Instead, he wound up with his niece disappearing, a large portion of his fortune wasted trying to find her, and his nephew cutting off all contact with him and taking his great-nephews with him. Right when Dewey retrieves the piece, however, he is spotted by Scrooge and Beakley. It's gotta be here somewhere. I definitely think they'll be exploring Donald's backstory in the next season. Beakley: Ughh, go go go! Sorry, I just thought I could keep the blame circle going.
Huey: Where do you think he got it from? But I tell ya I haven't felt this energized and vital since. What if the plane catches fire and we have to evacuate? While everyone is so quick to blame Scrooge for her disappearance, deep down I bet Scrooge knows what really happened. Either she'd be off on adventures, leaving the kids with Donald most of the time, anyway, or would eventually resent the kids for keeping her from adventuring while they were still too young to come along. Dewey, our family is amazing! Dewey, the Darkwing Duck video is still running. Original , other references , and , and , and.
Noticing the piece slipped into the jeep's window, the kids distract Scrooge and Beakley while reaches for the piece. Years later, after partially mending fences with his family, his great-nephews discover what happened to their mother and turn on him just like their uncle did. And pass up the adventure of a lifetime?! Curse me kilts, was that girl stubborn! You could have called her down! Well, she designed the darn thing and probably thought she knew it better than anyone. But this episode implied that dozens, if not hundreds, of pilots were all sent to their doom due to Scrooge trying to save Della. Huey: Then you encouraged her to keep flying in a cosmic storm? Triplets gasp Scrooge: another flashback, Della is designing blueprints for the Spear of Selene rocket as well a map of the stars Della had already been over the Earth, she wanted to give you boys the stars. Launchpad give the old bird the tour of the old bird to show her there's nothing to worry about. Leaving us with no emergency equipment! Even if gifting an experimental rocket to a mother of three was clearly a terrible idea! After everything I do for you, you're all nothing but trouble! As far as he's concerned, his nephews had to grow up without knowing their mother all because Scrooge chose to side with Della by building the Spear of Selene instead of telling her to take some time off to focus on her offspring.
Louie: And you're the richest duck in the world! Beakley: And risk all our lives?! Cheap old Scrooge probably bailed as soon as it put a dent in his Money Bin. At best she didn't think things through, and at worst she just didn't care what could happen to her or her eggs. . I don't think she would have made a good or responsible mother, though. More than that for me, is was worth everything before it to get to the payoff. Beakley: Mmhmm irony Scrooge: If you canny listen, I can't keep you safe! We just have to get it! Nothing bad will happen while Scrooge McDuck is around. To take your minds off of our potentially grim fate, please enjoy an action packed Darkwing Duck video! Sorry I thought I could keep the blame circle going.
Please, for the safety of your family admit you cannot fix this. When Scrooge and Donald look at Dewey, they're likely seeing a young Della. Donald thought it was too risky, especially with you three on the way. We'll be on the water again in two days! Maybe he thought she wouldn't listen, but. Dewey: Tell me about the Spear of Selene. Perhaps too much it seems.
Climbing down on our own? Here, it has consequences that last beyond this episode. Scrooge: Please, I'm Scrooge McDuck! Beakley: Well you've successfully pushed away your family and everyone who cared about you away, again. You will not speak to my granddaughter that way. Pilots likely with friends and family left behind, all knowing that Scrooge knew the dangers but sent them there anyways. Beakley: I have 987 vacation days saved up, and Monaco's black water beaches are legendary.
Nothing is getting me out of this seat! Nothing can stop us n Oh! The plane could be on fire! Both incidents were due to Scrooge failing the first time around, showing he likely has a lot of hangups and confidence issues. According to the note we found in Castle McDuck, that date is connected to The Spear of Selene. If that's all right with you, sir. Nothing can stop us - Get the thing, get the thing! Beakley: Please we all believe you are a very capable adventurer, alright? The story ends with his nephews congratulating him on being promoted several times despite the test stating that he would always remain in the bottom of the ladder. Webby: We've got to get that piece without anyone noticing. Yeah, yeah, that That's right! Neither of us could have predicted, that cosmic storm.
Webby, Beakley, and take a vacation away from Scrooge who is scolded by Beakley before leaving. Meanwhile, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby attempt to reassemble shredded documents which they believe will reveal new information about the and Della's disappearance. Before the triplets hatched, Della wanted to embark on a journey to the new frontier — outer space. But the one thing he was right about was the thing that probably got her killed. Huey: Home to Excess, the extreme consumer electronics and science emporium.
Della then braved into a cosmic storm, but despite her confidence, she was struck by a lightning bolt and stranded in space. Dewey only comes back with Scrooge when he demands the truth of the Spear of Selene. Huey: over walkie talkie Gimme that! Do you want me to pause it until you get back? Until you three showed up on my doorstep. Why didn't you send up more ships to look for her? Donald tended to be a bit different in his own comics than in the Uncle Scrooge ones. But Della, having discovered it early, decided to take it out for a test run in orbit even after Donald argued with her about the whole thing being a bad idea while the boys hadn't hatched yet. It's just, you said that in the archives, and on Ithaquack, and How can we know for sure? I tried to talk her through it, thought if anyone could make it, it was her.
It is possible that Donald is also not happy with Della or Scrooge which I hadn't thought about. The tour starts down at the tummy of the plane. Overall, Scrooge is angry at the fact that everyone is making him the scapegoat for Della's disappearance even though it was mostly her own fault for being so reckless. I should get started Dewey: No rush! The Vultures may have pulled Scrooge away at the behest of the townsfolk, as Scrooge was probably destroying their livelihoods. We can't solve it if we're dead! Just grab on to some Ducktales Whoo-ooh Every day they're out there Making Ducktales Whoo-ooh Tales of daring bad and good Not phony tales or cottontails - No, Ducktales! I knew they were going for it as soon as he took the sheet off the chair. Guys, this is the greatest mystery of our lives.